I was a little hard pressed for time recently and have been thinking of simple dishes to cook. One of them is this Chinese Pork Chop. This is a dish which my husband and I will agree on as our kind of comfort food. Coincidentally, our mums used to cook it for us in our growing up years.
I know our readers will love this dish as it is so simple and fast to whip up, and the meat is flavourful and succulent. Who enjoys a hard and dry pork chop? To achieve tender, moist and juicy pork chops, I tenderize the meat with this secret ingredient: CORNFLOUR.
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Serves 4 to 5 persons
450 grams pork loin, cut into ½ cm thick slices
1¼ tablespoons cornflour
½ tablespoon light soy sauce
1 tablespoon fish sauce
1½ tablespoons oyster sauce
1 tablespoon Chinese wine
Dashes of sesame oil
Dashes of white pepper
Some cooking oil for shallow frying
- Add the cornflour to the slices of pork loins. Mix well to tenderise the meat.
- Mix the marinating ingredients together. Then use it to marinate the meat for an hour or more.
- When ready to cook, heat 1 tablespoon of cooking oil in a non-stick pan.
- Shallow fry the pork slices on both sides till browned and cooked through, about a minute or more, in batches. Add more oil to the pan whenever needed.
- Plate and serve with steamed rice or porridge.